Wildlife Services' National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) conducts research and investigational activities on a wide variety of wildlife damage issues including those related to brown tree snakes.
Reproductive Biology of Male Brown Treesnakes ( Boiga irregularis) on Guam
Working Dogs: The Last Line of Defense for Preventing Dispersal of Brown Treesnakes from Guam
Flotation Materials for Aerial Delivery of Acetaminophen Toxic Baits to Brown Treesnakes
A Test of Targeted and Passive Capture of Australian Elapids with a Brown Tree Snake Trap
Effectiveness of Methyl Bromide as a Cargo Fumigant for Brown Treesnakes
A comparison of Three Trap Designs for Capturing Brown Treesnakes on Guam
Responses of Captive Fish Crows ( Corvus ossifragus) to Acetaminophen Baits and Bait Stations for Brown Tree Snake ( Boiga irregularis) Control on Guam
The Effect of Trap Spacing on the Capture of Brown Tree Snakes on Guam
Proximate Cues for Ovarian Recrudescence and Ovulation in the Brown Treesnake ( Boiga irregularis) Under Laboratory Conditions
Determination of Acetaminophen Residues in Whole Body Brown Treesnakes
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